Bicycles are growing in popularity because people are not only fun, but also a great way to exercise and travel in the countryside. Although cycling can be the answer to going to work in the morning, it can be dangerous if precautions are not taken.
Bicycles have a high potential for injury, and injuries can occur in many ways. Most injuries are caused either from improper use or handling of the motorcycle or from not paying attention to what you are doing. Therefore, to keep the people safe many cities, counties, and municipalities rely on conventional bike lanes.
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It's hard to believe, but the most common type of bicycle accident is usually a car accident. Cars should make room for cyclists and share lanes when they find their bikes. Tragically, although there are clearly marked bicycle paths, cyclists often get hit while driving on the track. The most common reason for this is because the driver cannot see the cyclist.
Crossing is one of the greatest dangers to anyone riding a bicycle. Most bicycle/car accidents occur when traffic turns left across the bicycle path. Almost always the driver will complain, "but I've never seen him;" This apparent blindness can be caused by several factors.
The relative size of a bicycle, which is much smaller than that of a car, can make the bicycle "invisible". This doesn't mean the bike is somehow impossible to look at. Drivers are usually looking for something that could endanger them, such as another car or large truck.
Since bicycles are not a real threat, the brain may prefer to ignore them, making the bike "invisible." This can create a very dangerous scene for cyclists.